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There are many probable answers and it depends on where you are looking at your property. I've offered 3 common situations for your consideration.1. If your property is not for sale, but; you purchased it as an REO (bank owned home) Then the website you are viewing was not updated after the sale.2. If you have received a notice of default (NOD) recently or in the past the website you are looking at may post it as a foreclosure for sale even if it's not on the market. Some sites pull data from the county tax records and post listings that are not even on the market.3. If you have the home listed for sale your agent may have accidently tagged it as a forclosure.If you send me the address of the subject property I can quickly assertain the issue and let you know which situation applies.RealtorEagle@gmail.com
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